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    “Beautiful things happen when you distance yourself from negativity.”

     

     

    For continued updates on the district's response to COVID-19

    please visit Aztec Schools District webpage

    Posted 3/6/20
              
    McCoy Elementary

     

    McCoy

    McCoy uses DOJO for all school announcements, emergencies, weather delays, and more. Work with your child's teacher to sign up today. You must be registered guardian to have access to this program. 

     

     

     

    Transportation Changes

    Please use the link below to make transportation changes

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    Bus Changes

    Pick-up Changes

    Absent Notes

    Any after-school plan changes

     

    You may also get this as an application on your phone.

    Make changes anytime, anywhere, easy for parents, safe for students. 

    Your account is secure and unique to you; contact school office for details.

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    We are a DOJO school

    -Contact your child's teacher to find out more on communicating about daily behaviors and rewards.

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    Reading Website

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    McCoy Links

    District Website

    FREE Educational Games

    Other Schools in the district

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    School Hours

    SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

    The safety of our students and staff is a top priority here at McCoy Elementary, always and especially now.

    We will be sharing more information as the situation unfolds via robo-calls, text messages/emails, the Aztec Schools District webpage, and the district facebook page.

    Packet Pick-up

    McCoy Packet Pick-up ready for you:

    THURSDAY EVENING 4PM-7PM FRIDAY MORNING 7AM-9AM & FRIDAY LUNCH 11AM-Noon

    Every one’s safety is our top priority, if you are sick or have been exposed to someone who has been sick please stay home.  Let your child’s teacher know that you did not get a packet. Thank you.

    NEWSLETTER

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    daily recommendations

    To encourage learning while school is not in session the following are recommended:

    Access DOJO for online learning resources and information from your child's teacher

    Ensure your child's participates in daily practice for reading, math, number sense, and writing. For fun ways to incorporate these at home try having your child cook in the kitchen with you (reading the recipe, discussing measurements and measuring the ingredients assist with reading and math skills), to practice writing skills have your child write letters to family or friends this also helps keep them connected during this time of social isolation.

     

    TIP OF THE WEEK

    Allow your child to record themselves reading a book. Send this recording to a grandparent or family friend who may be social distancing alone to brighten their day.

    service provider

     

    AT&T

    AT&T has removed usage caps for its home broadband internet service, which means customers that go over the old limit will not be subject to overage fees. The company also reminded people that its public Wi-Fi hotspots are still open to all.

    Comcast

    Comcast has made its Xfinity Wifi hotspots accessible for free to everyone, including non-Xfinity Internet customers. You can view a map of all Xfinity hotspots at https://wifi.xfinity.com/. Once you're in a hotspot's vicinity, find and select the "xfinitywifi" network name in the list of available hotspots. Along with a host of other data providers, Comcast is giving all its customers unlimited data for the next 60 days. For the company's Internet Essentials program, which services low-income families, new customers will have access to the program for free for 60 days. The program normally costs $9.95 per month. Comcast has also permanently increased the base Internet speed for all existing and new Internet Essential customers. Find out more about eligibility and applying for the service at https://internetessentials.com/.

    Sprint

    As of March 18, Sprint is upgrading customers with existing data plans to unlimited date for 60 days. Customers will also have access to an additional 20GB of mobile hotspot data for free. Click here for more information.

    T-Mobile

    T-Mobile is upgrading customers to free unlimited smartphone data for the next 60 days if they already have a phone plan that includes data, the company announced in an open letter found here.

    eHealth is a program provided by San Juan Health Partners Family Medicine,  in collaboration with Aztec Municipal Schools, designed to provide healthcare visits via telehealth to students while in school. The goal of the program is to help students stay healthy and stay in school. The program provides on campus non-emergency medical visits with a provider for students via video conferencing. The goal of the program is to help students stay healthy and stay in school by allowing doctors to help assess student needs.  To take advantage of these services all you need to do is complete a registration packet for your student with the school nurse. See our school nurse to answer questions and find out more about our eHealth services.

    new health office tab

    check out our new health page by clicking on the health office tab at the top of the main page.

    McCoy 3rd Graders read 3,646 books

    in 2019!

    Keep up the good work!

    Pick Up and Drop Off

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    We are asking all parents and guardians to follow the pick-up and drop-off procedures.  The front of the school is not a safe place - or the correct place - to drop off or pick up students.  Please use the pick-up  and drop-off line procedures.  Student safety is a priority but to make it work we all need to follow our system -thank you in advance, for your patience and dedication to McCoy Kid's safety. Please use the link or the phone application to make transportation changes. 

    Kid Heart Challenge

    Hello McCoy Families,

    We have officially kicked off Kids Heart Challenge with the American Heart Association at McCoy Elementary! Our students will be learning the importance of helping others while keeping their own hearts healthy.

    This week in PE the students will be participating in an exciting WARRIOR CHALLENGE presentation featuring our Heart Hero friends to teach us how to keep our hearts healthy! Meet this year’s Heart Heroes:

    2019-2020 HEART HERO INTRODUCTIONS!

    We will be sending home information with your student, but we wanted to make it as easy as possible for the students that choose to participate.

    Want to earn HEART HEROES?
    With an online donation of $40 your student will immediately
    be able to celebrate with FOUR Heart Heroes!

    To get started, download the Kids Heart Challenge App (App Store for iPhone or Google Play for Android) or visit www.heart.org/khc to join our school’s team.

    Continuous RRRC
    Meetings With Principals

    Each day, the Principals spend several hours in classrooms; or they are helping students with lessons; collaborating with staff; and/or, supporting a wayward learner. The Principals’ community office hours are 7:30 to 8:00 and 3:30 to 4:30, by appointment. If you would like to meet with one of the Principals you are asked to call 505-334-6831 and schedule a meeting. Have a McCoy Day!

    McCoy Priorities:

    1. Literacy

    2. Curriculum 

    3. Instruction

    4. Systems that answer (4 Key Questions):

    a) What do we want our students to know so they have global access to information?

    b) How do we ensure they have learned and developed the skills to access global information?

    c) How does our community of learners respond when students need more support?

    d) How does our community of learners respond when students need enrichment or instructional extensions?

     

    McCoy Mission 

    At McCoy Elementary we encourage and inspire children to be lifelong learners and thinkers who experience personal success. We will provide a safe, nurturing environment that promotes respect.

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